For obvious reasons, moving in the winter isn’t always your first choice. Blustery winds, slippery sidewalks and the looming fear of inclimate weather are enough to derail moving day and deter buyers until the spring.Weather aside, there are plenty of reasons not to rule out a winter move. Sellers are more motivated and there’s less competition so your chances of entering a bidding war are lower. Plus, you won’t have trouble with the limited availability of movers and/or trucks. In fact, some moving companies even offer discounted rates in the winter.
Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Move to a New Home During the Winter.
December 5, 2016
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